Statement on Using Controlled Digital Lending as a Mechanism for Interlibrary Loan
Hansen, David R.
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CitationBarlow, Charlie, Kyle K. Courtney, Tom Cramer, David R. Hansen, Jill Morris, Jill Hurst-Wahl, and Genya O'Gara. 2021. Statement on Using Controlled Digital Lending as a Mechanism for Interlibrary Loan. CDL Co-op.
AbstractMany libraries and consortia practicing interlibrary loan (ILL) are unsure how and when controlled digital lending (CDL) can be applied in the context of resource sharing. Libraries want to ensure their practices are aligned with both their mission and the law. This Statement was developed to 1) increase awareness of CDL controlled digital lending in this context, 2) affirm libraries’ rights to use CDL, and 3) to improve services provided by the library resource sharing community by ensuring libraries and consortia are operating with the same set of assumptions and principles.
To help address this uncertainty, members of the CDL Co-Op identified a need to build on the original Controlled Digital Lending white paper with a complementary paper addressing CDL in the context of ILL.
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